Manatees swarm onto beach, invite humans to marvel as they put their faces in each other's butts.

Manatees swarm onto beach, invite humans to marvel as they put their faces in each other's butts.
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If you've got a better description for what these manatees are doing after you watch the whole video, let me know.

I love manatee videos. You've probably never thought of it as its own genre, but you probably don't spend enough time online. Much as the manatee's legs have turned to flippers and its body has transformed into a gelatinous floating hug-waiting-to-happen, I've spent enough time on the Internet that...well, that my body has pretty much done the same thing. When I first saw this, I thought I'd be able to finish this trilogy of awesome (in my own opinion) manatee headlines:

1) A gentle aquatic stampede of 300 manatees has booted swimmers out of a Florida wildlife park.

2) No one told this frantically screaming girl that manatees are literally the chillest animals.

But after reviewing the footage, all I can think about is how the manatees in the center are engaged in analingus. Well, at least one of them is, anyway. The one who has partially beached him/herself is just staring at the humans like, "Yeah, you like watching this, don't you?"

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The one on the bottom is using its flippers to get a better grip...

You learn something new every day. Today I learned that manatees are perhaps too relaxed. Keep that stuff in the water, manatees. There are kids on that beach.

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